Warrah Disability Services is an experienced provider of quality services and supports for adults and children living with disability, in Sydney’s North West. Inspired by the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner, Warrah Disability Services offers a range of flexible and tailored services to support people in the choices they have made for their life journey.
Warrah Disability Services is part of a larger organisation – Warrah Society. Founded in 1969, Warrah is a living example of how a community nurtures the life and purpose of each individual from childhood through to adulthood and into the senior years. We strive to understand each individual’s needs and aspirations, supporting you to make choices, develop and contribute in your home, work, social and community life each and every day.
Our main campus at Dural, is situated in a beautiful bushland setting of 12 hectares. Our services include Supported Independent Living, Community Support Services, Short Stay accommodation, In-Home Support, Support Coordination and Community Courses and Workshops.
The campus also has Warrah Specialist School which caters for Kindergarten to Year 12 students; and Warrah’s certified Biodynamic Farm and Farm Shop. The Farm Shop is a social enterprise which sells fresh organic and biodynamic produce from the farm. The farm and the shop engage people with disability through volunteering and work experience, with profits from the Farm Shop going towards Warrah’s disability services.
Warrah Disability Services is known for its reputation for enriching the lives of people with disability. We believe each individual has the ability to self-determine and contribute to a purposeful life. Our trained and professional staff, empower individuals to explore opportunities, learn new skills, develop social relationships and discover new life experiences.